Toshiba Gigabeat F10, F20 And F60 MP3 Player On Sale

Posted: Dec 21 2004, 3:18am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:08am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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Toshiba Gigabeat F10, F20 and F60 MP3 Player on Sale
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Japanese Audio Gear Exporter AudioCubes has finally the new Toshiba Gigabeat F10,  F20 and the 60GB Gigabeat F60 MP3 Player on sale.

We reported the first time about the new MP3 Player series from Toshiba end of September. The Toshiba Gigabeat F series feature a 2.2 inch QVGA color screen. The top model F60 has a 60GB hard-drive like the new Apple iPod Photo. The Toshiba F10 and F20 measure 63 x 106 x 16mm. The Gigabeat F60 measures 63 x 106 x 19mm. The Apple iPod Photo measures 61 x 104 x 19.5mm. So both players are pretty much the same size.

The F10 sells for $399.00, the F20 for 469 and the Gigabeat F60 sells for $729 on AudioCubes. The iPod Photo sells for $599.00 at Amazon.com.

Update:
Toshiba Gigabeat F60 Review.

Toshiba Gigabeat F10, F20 and F60 MP3 Player on Sale Future Technology News technology Review

See also the Toshiba F60 page on MP3PlayersRule.


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